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Mandatory human rights due diligence – briefing paper

October 26, 2021 9:16 am Published by Comments Off on Mandatory human rights due diligence – briefing paper

With new legislation imposing stricter obligations for companies regarding due diligence processes for human rights in their supply chains on the horizon...


German supply chain legislation

October 26, 2021 9:12 am Published by Comments Off on German supply chain legislation

Companies will be required to establish, implement, and update due diligence procedures for...


‘Women in tea’ factsheet

October 26, 2021 9:09 am Published by Comments Off on ‘Women in tea’ factsheet

Our ‘Gender in Malawi’ factsheet aims to highlight the extent of gender inequality in Malawi and pulls together references and key data points from third party sources...


Inequality in Tea Supply Chains – webinar

October 26, 2021 9:01 am Published by Comments Off on Inequality in Tea Supply Chains – webinar

In March, ETP held a webinar for members that explored gender inequality in tea supply chains. We were keen to give members...


Our Current Programmes

April 26, 2021 8:37 am Published by Comments Off on Our Current Programmes

Our far-reaching programmes across Africa and Asia address complex and systemic issues affecting tea communities and the environment in which tea is grown. We work to better the lives and incomes of tea workers, farmers and their families.


Our UNICEF Partnership: supporting women and young people in India

July 5, 2019 9:00 am Published by Comments Off on Our UNICEF Partnership: supporting women and young people in India

India produces over a fifth of the world’s tea and Indian tea is crucial to most tea blends. Two million people work in the Indian tea industry – the majority on tea estates. Assam is a key tea growing region in the North East of India, and nearly 20% of its population live and work in tea communities.


Empowering plantation communities in India

July 5, 2019 8:05 am Published by Comments Off on Empowering plantation communities in India

India produces over a fifth of the world’s tea every year, and two million people in the country work in the industry. Assam is a key tea growing region – with tea communities making up nearly 20% of the state’s population.


Malawi Tea 2020

July 5, 2019 7:05 am Published by Comments Off on Malawi Tea 2020

Malawi is one of the world’s poorest countries, and most of the population live in rural areas. Tea is one of the country’s most important industries and main export crops. Tea is Malawi’s biggest employer, with 50,000 people working in the sector.


Improving Incomes for Farmers in Malawi

July 5, 2019 6:00 am Published by Comments Off on Improving Incomes for Farmers in Malawi

By increasing farmers tea farming knowledge, incomes, ability to diversify and savings opportunities, as well as helping them develop improved business skills, we are improving their lives and longer-term prospects...